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Josh Rottenberg When Garry Shandling got back together with fellow cast members from his groundbreaking HBO comedy series The Larry Sanders Show for EW's Reunions issue (on stands now), it was more than just your typical reunion. People always talk
I've never seen Meredith from The Office look so positively cheerful. In this promo for Kate Flannery s new show, S tand Up In Stilettos , the comedian gushes about her new show featuring female stand up comics, three per half-hour episode. The first
The idea was comedy for women, but it's not like a 'Cathy' cartoon; it's way hipper." That's how "The Office" star Kate Flannery describes her new all-female stand-up show, "StandUp In Stilettos," coming to the TV Guide Network this month.
Kim Jong Il may be long gone, but Margaret Cho isn't. According to Laughspin , the comidienne is returning to on the May 17 episode of " 30 Rock " (8:30 p.m. ET on NBC), as well as the show's season finale for another run as former North Korean
We loved Teenage Wasteland,' the adoring fan tells the aging (as in late 20s) actress, bemoaning the quick cancellation of the show that made her sort of famous...Complex Jonathan Patrick Moore, left, and Joe Dinicol in a new series from CW, Tuesday
Watching TV might not make you smart, but unless you spend all your tube time keeping up with the Kardashians, chances are it's at least broadened your view of what smart looks like...Abby's so popular that when CBS was ready to spin off its No...
The PGA and Variety honored 25 leaders in emerging digital entertainment at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey Monday night. "Every time you watch 'Jersey Shore' there's a librarian somewhere that falls down dead," quipped Shawn Gold, PGA's Digital
My Damn Channel, a leading entertainment studio and distributor of premium videos by top talent, today announced the arrival of "Dicki," a new comedy series starring the versatile actress and comedian Mary Lynn Rajskub .
So we're happy to share that Bridges matchless raconteur, Jedi master of the martini-making arts and one of the Scene 's formative voices will host a viewing party for the 7:30 p.m. premiere of the CBS sitcom adapted loosely (and we mean loosely)
Filmed in Los Angeles by CBS Television Studios. Executive producers, David Hornsby, Adam Chase, Ted Schachter, Joe Hipps; co-executive producers, Jeff Astrof, Michael Borkow, Michael Lisbe, Nate Reger; producer, Randy Cordray; director, Pamela